What happens if you are having a panic attack / anxiety attack and you venture out to meet with people. Why doing this may be a good thing even if you don't like doing it.
Someone once asked me how I cope with depression. It's easy. When I'm depressed, I just sit in my house, don't talk to anyone and wait for the depression episode to pass. The reason I'm ok about sitting in my house is that I treat depression as a physical disease - thinking of it as,... Continue Reading →
Since my major meltdown in 1997, I haven't gotten panic attacks. Or at least nothing compared to what other people write about. I've often wondered why, because I get depressed as much and as intensely, as other people. On the other hand, I do tend to retreat into my house when I'm depressed and read... Continue Reading →